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Super Saturday: Explore programs, tour campus, apply for admission & financial aid

North Florida Community College (NFCC) invites the public to its Super Saturday: Open House and Free Application Day event on Saturday, March 5 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. This annual event allows the community to explore NFCC all in one informative and fun-filled day. Highlights of the day include an academic and student resource expo in the Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center, campus tours, scholarship drawings, financial aid application assistance and opportunities to explore NFCC degree and certificate programs and talk with program instructors and advisors.    

As an incentive to enroll early for NFCC’s 2016 summer and fall terms, high school seniors and all first time college applicants who complete an admissions application at NFCC Super Saturday pay no application fee – applying to NFCC is completely free on Saturday, March 5; a $20 savings.

NFCC staff will also be on hand to assist future students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Visit for a complete list of information needed to complete the FAFSA.

NFCC Super Saturday is open to anyone interested in attending NFCC or finding out more information about the college and its many programs and offerings. For more information contact the NFCC Office of Recruitment, Advising and Retention.


• Meet with college advisors, faculty, staff and current student leaders

• Tour the beautiful NFCC campus

• Explore college programs and offerings

• Free application for admission for Summer/Fall 2016 (save $20)

• Enter to win scholarships for Summer/Fall 2016

• Apply for financial aid—Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with the help of NFCC staff. Completion of the FAFSA is the required first step for consideration for ALL types of financial aid including scholarships

• Complete the FAFSA4caster to get an estimate of your financial aid eligibility before you actually apply to college (an excellent tool for families with students who are juniors in high school)

• Enjoy educational presentations, activities and more!

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